Web governance problems continuously plague educational institutions. The most common issue being that in which academic departments and administrative units each think of their site as their own, rather than as a single larger web entity. As a result usability often suffers because visitors expect a unified web presence, but instead find many separate sites that are graphically and textually diverse, as well as difficult to navigate.
With Siteimprove For Education, it has never been easier to use powerful tools, to easily assign roles and responsibilities, locate credibility and usability errors, optimise content for search engines, measure site traffic, and monitor a site, regardless of whether it has 100, 10,000 or 100,000 plus pages.
Siteimprove currently works with more than 400 colleges and universities, including: London School of Economics and Political Science, Newcastle University, University of Exeter, University of Liverpool, University College London, James Watt College and Leeds Trinity University College.